Junior Eurovision 2020 - The Netherlands Ukraine Spain

Junior Eurovision 2020 will take place in just six days.

However, due to the ongoing global pandemic, it will be a contest like never before. Apart from the hosting, most of the show will not be taking place live. Instead, all of the performances were pre-recorded some weeks ago.

This means that we won’t get to see the usual rehearsal snippets. But fear not, you don’t have to wait until the weekend to get a flavour of what’s in store.

Between Monday 23 and Thursday 26 November, the EBU is uploading “first impressions” of three acts each day. These snippets consist of behind the scenes footage and images from when the acts recorded their JESC 2020 performance.

On Monday, we got first impressions from Ukraine, The Netherlands and Spain. Only Ukraine recorded on-site in Warsaw, Poland. The other two were filmed in local TV studios.

Who do you think made the most impact?

Junior Eurovision 2020 first impressions on 23 November

Ukraine: Oleksandr Balabanov with “Vidkryvai (Open Up)”

 

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The Netherlands’ Unity with “Best Friends”

 

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Spain’s Soleá with “Palante”

 

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What’s your overall opinion of today’s first impressions? Who do you think stood out the most? Let us know in the comments below!

Read the lyrics to all Junior Eurovision 2020 entries here

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Alex
Alex
3 months ago

Spain is so good and catchy! I hope they win and host next year’s show.

Una
Una
3 months ago

They all did very well. My favourite is Ukraine – I like the song a lot. Among other stuff:

  1. How do they do it with the sound? Will they have a visual recording and a sound recording that will be put together for the final product?
  2. So many people around at Spain’s recording. Wow.
Heyey
Heyey
3 months ago

All of them! I’m also very excited for Kazakhstan’s performance. From thr pictures I saw, it’s looking like they have a very cool staging.

Last edited 3 months ago by Heyey
Erasmus
Erasmus
3 months ago
Reply to  Heyey

agree can’t decide for just one, Sunday will be interesting since there are many possible winners.. (Spain, France, Poland, Kazakhstan, Georgia, Belarus, even Malta.. so we’ll see)